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Mar 4, 2017

Picture if you can traveling to a remote area,  being stripped of all your clothing, meeting a complete stranger (also naked), and being left to fend for yourselves in the raw elements of the forest or jungle. Could you do it?  This is a real scenario for Laura Zerra, one of the original cast members of the Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid. We first met Laura at a dinner table in Las Vegas and turns out there's much more to Laura than being a reality television star.  As you might suspect Laura is full of life.  She is a survivalist and a hunter. In this episode we learn quite a bit about the elements of survival, tips on surviving in the wilderness, sleeping in coyote dens, what tarantulas taste like, and how to learn from the animals you hunt, and why Laura developed a style of hunting called persistence hunting. 

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HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUS

  • The 603 Area Code and SHOT Show
  • Hunting with a Traditional Bow, Australia
  • I was a Weird Kid, Stalking Deer
  • Sleeping in Coyote Dens, Being an Alien
  • A Survivalist, Super Nerd
  • The World is Full of Crazy People Like US
  • Getting Muddy, Wading in Mirey Brook
  • Having a Popular Impact on Kids
  • Naked and Afraid - A Show on the Discovery Channel
  • Panama, Amazon, 40 Day XL Columbia
  • Teaching Survival All Around the Country
  • Taking My Clothes Off on a Desert Island
  • Was it a Prank? A Ticket to Los Angeles
  • Clothing Is Your First Line of Shelter
  • 70 Degrees, Feeling Cold, Bugs, Flipping Channels
  • Indigenous People, Lack of Clothes is Better
  • Clothing is a Hindrance, Shelter First
  • Where Did you Develop Your Skills
  • Learning by Failure, A Teacher from Venezuela
  • A Shelter and No Flashlight, Cold Drizzle
  • You Need More Material to Divert the Rain
  • Preparing Mentally for Survival
  • Still Convincing Myself, Always Learning from Others
  • The First Steps to Survival 
  • Attitude, Shelter, Shelter Locations, Water, Fire, Knife, Food
  • Water, Streams, Rivers, Civilization
  • Prevention, Basic Medical Practices, Plan B
  • Water and Purification Techniques
  • Navigation and Goodbyes, Hunting Skills
  • Hunting with a Primitive Bow and Tracking Techniques
  • Eating Roadkill, Working as a Butcher and Taxidermist
  • Shed Hunting Utah - Sheds Don't Run Away
  • Persistence Hunting
  • Memorable Hunts and 10 Rapid Fire Questions

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This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann

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Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips